Flights, accommodation, itinerary… everything is planned. All that is left is what to wear!
Packing for Bali is a breeze. You will certainly travel light as Bali’s weather is warm all year round. Bali is 8 degrees south of the equator and you can expect tropical humidity. The two main seasons are: rainy (October & November) and dry (April, May, June & September).
Temperatures in Bali don’t drop below 20 degrees Celsius, all year. With that in mind you can confidently select your favourite light, classic pieces to mix and match.
We have very different ways of packing. Pauric leaves his packing to the night before, lays everything out on the bed and starts a selection – elimination regime. I prefer to plan my outfits a week in advance in attempt to reduce last minute stress.
If your packing style is a ‘I-got-this’ pre-planner or a ‘last-minute-warrior’, we got you covered with our free packing essentials check-list. From someone who overpacks frequently, Bali is one of those destination where you do not need a lot.
If you stick to this list, you will not be short on anything.